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France with older teens

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We are planning a family trip this summer and France is on th e top of the list. We have two teens aged 17 and 20 and neither are great walkers.

The more I investigate the options on my own the more I see that is a great task to undertake. South of France seems to be a good place to start.

That said, Where to begin? We're thinking about 2 weeks total. Fly into Paris or Mareseille and rent a car and take it from there.

I'm open to any suggestions. Sorry if it's such an open-ended question. Any input is welcome.

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